Arnold Ziffel

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Arnold Ziffel is a pig featured in Green Acres, a situation comedy that originally aired on CBS from 1965 to 1971 and was produced by Filmways, Inc.. The show is premised on rural American humor and features Oliver Douglas and his wife Lisa as city-dwellers who move to the unfamiliar environment of Hooterville, a fictional farming community. Arnold is a pig of the Chester White breed, but he is treated as the "son" of Fred and Doris Ziffel, who don't have any human children. Everyone in Hooterville (besides Oliver Douglas) accepts this without question. Arnold's first appearance was in the second season Petticoat Junction episode "A Matter of Communication".

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Arnold Ziffel is a pig featured in Green Acres, a situation comedy that originally aired on CBS from 1965 to 1971 and was produced by Filmways, Inc.. The show is premised on rural American humor and features Oliver Douglas and his wife Lisa as city-dwellers who move to the unfamiliar environment of Hooterville, a fictional farming community. Arnold is a pig of the Chester White breed, but he is treated as the "son" of Fred and Doris Ziffel, who don't have any human children. Everyone in Hooterville (besides Oliver Douglas) accepts this without question. Arnold's first appearance was in the second season Petticoat Junction episode "A Matter of Communication".

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